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  BJP-Congress war over Beni and Giriraj |Defiant Giriraj stands by his statement on Modi critics despite BJP's disapproval |Banking on alliances and Modi, BJP aims big in south |Storyteller Smriti Irani takes on Rahul Gandhi in Amethi using crisp narratives |Gujaratis toiled hard, but Modi hogging credit, says Rahul |FIR filed against Giriraj Singh, Gadkari, other BJP leaders |Kejriwal should start a centre for street theatre: Amar Singh |'Modi' means 'Man Of Damage to India': Singhvi |Rahul: Modi would have ousted Vajpayee like Jaswant, Advani |Mayawati befooling people: Akhilesh YadavBJP-Congress war over Beni and Giriraj |Defiant Giriraj stands by his statement on Modi critics despite BJP's disapproval |Banking on alliances and Modi, BJP aims big in south |Storyteller Smriti Irani takes on Rahul Gandhi in Amethi using crisp narratives |Gujaratis toiled hard, but Modi hogging credit, says Rahul |FIR filed against Giriraj Singh, Gadkari, other BJP leaders |Kejriwal should start a centre for street theatre: Amar Singh |'Modi' means 'Man Of Damage to India': Singhvi |Rahul: Modi would have ousted Vajpayee like Jaswant, Advani |Mayawati befooling people: Akhilesh YadavBJP-Congress war over Beni and Giriraj |Defiant Giriraj stands by his statement on Modi critics despite BJP's disapproval |Banking on alliances and Modi, BJP aims big in south |Storyteller Smriti Irani takes on Rahul Gandhi in Amethi using crisp narratives |Gujaratis toiled hard, but Modi hogging credit, says Rahul |FIR filed against Giriraj Singh, Gadkari, other BJP leaders |Kejriwal should start a centre for street theatre: Amar Singh |'Modi' means 'Man Of Damage to India': Singhvi |Rahul: Modi would have ousted Vajpayee like Jaswant, Advani |Mayawati befooling people: Akhilesh YadavBJP-Congress war over Beni and Giriraj |Defiant Giriraj stands by his statement on Modi critics despite BJP's disapproval |Banking on alliances and Modi, BJP aims big in south |Storyteller Smriti Irani takes on Rahul Gandhi in Amethi using crisp narratives |Gujaratis toiled hard, but Modi hogging credit, says Rahul |FIR filed against Giriraj Singh, Gadkari, other BJP leaders |Kejriwal should start a centre for street theatre: Amar Singh |'Modi' means 'Man Of Damage to India': Singhvi |Rahul: Modi would have ousted Vajpayee like Jaswant, Advani |Mayawati befooling people: Akhilesh YadavBJP-Congress war over Beni and Giriraj |Defiant Giriraj stands by his statement on Modi critics despite BJP's disapproval |Banking on alliances and Modi, BJP aims big in south |Storyteller Smriti Irani takes on Rahul Gandhi in Amethi using crisp narratives |Gujaratis toiled hard, but Modi hogging credit, says Rahul |FIR filed against Giriraj Singh, Gadkari, other BJP leaders |Kejriwal should start a centre for street theatre: Amar Singh |'Modi' means 'Man Of Damage to India': Singhvi |Rahul: Modi would have ousted Vajpayee like Jaswant, Advani |Mayawati befooling people: Akhilesh Yadav

AAP releases videos of raid night in Bharti's defence

Under fire for not removing Delhi’s law minister Somnath Bharti for his midnight raid on an alleged drug and sex racket involving Ugandan nationals, the Aam Aadmi Party on Friday released a series of videos from the night of the incident in his defence.

Binny: Will fast if AAP does not fulfil assurances

Disgruntled Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) MLA Vinod Kumar Binny met social activist Anna Hazare at his village, Ralegan Siddhi, on Sunday and discussed the style of functioning of Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal and the party.

Will take time, but won't spare corrupt: Kejriwal

Making it clear that there will be no compromise on corruption, Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal today said anyone embroiled in corrupt practices will not be spared be it Sheila Dikshit, any BJP member or even his own party member. AAP sounds war cry for LS polls, Kejriwal won’t contest | Kejriwal new alternative: AAP

AAP's first list of Lok Sabha polls candidates in 10-15 days

After its success in the Delhi Assembly polls, the AAP National Executive was meeting in New Delhi today to decide on its strategy for the Lok Sabha elections with a senior leader saying his dream would be to see Arvind Kejriwal as the prime minister.

Kejriwal passes floor test, but dodges Opposition's questions

In his reply to the debate on the motion of trust, Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal chose not to reply to many points raised by the BJP and Congress leaders while giving a strong rebuttal to many others.
AAP's MS Dhir becomes Delhi Assembly Speaker
AAP’s spartan style very communist: Karat

Delhi election results cause for introspection: Jaitley

BJP on Thursday accepted assembly election results in Delhi are a "cause for introspection" as people now judge political parties "more harshly" and expect credibility from them.

Preparations on for Kejriwal’s janata darbar at his office

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal will soon shift his janata darbar from near his residence in Kaushambi to his office in Delhi Secretariat.

Kejriwal no-security stand to cause policing trouble?

Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s insistence on moving around like the aam aadmi — without a security contingent or special traffic arrangements — may sound refreshingly different, but is compromising the security of local residents.

Free water done, slashing power bills by 50% next on AAP's agenda

Soon after delivering on their promise of providing free water to all those who consume only 700 litres per day, the Aam Aadmi Party government is eyeing slashing power bills by 50%. Kejriwal unwell, advised two-day bed rest

‘Water for everyone, but not for free’

The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has kept its election promise and announced that households with metered connections will now get 20,000 litres of free water everyday. The announcement, however, has received mixed reaction from Delhiites and experts.

How the AAP govt managed to keep its poll promise of free water

On Monday, the Arvind Kejriwal-led government announced up to 20,000 litres of free water. The move can be traced back to April 6, when the Aam Aadmi Party leader broke his 15-day fast against inflated water and power bills.

Mission Delhi over, AAP may contest 300 LS seats

Following its impressive electoral performance in the Capital, the AAP leadership on Monday admitted its initial plan of contesting around 100 Lok Sabha seats may have to be increased three-fold.

Cheaper power, free water on AAP govt's agenda today

With expectations running high and big-ticket promises, including cheaper power and free water, to fulfil, the AAP government will take some important decisions during the week starting Monday. Down with high fever, CM Kejriwal works from home

Sacked SP leader Kamal Farooqui set to join AAP

Sacked Samajwadi Party leader Kamal Farooqui on Sunday gave clear hints about joining the Aam Admi Party (AAP) and signs emerged that the rookie outfit was ready to welcome him.

Team Kejriwal brimming with new ideas at the helm in Delhi

Within a few hours of being sworn in, Delhi's new chief minister Arvind Kejriwal got down to organising the work set-up, and allocated bureaucrats to the six cabinet ministers. Here's a lowdown on Kejriwal's team. Kejriwal has hectic first day; gets busy with poll promises, transfers 9 top officials

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A divorce, a jail term, determined foes: Bihar CM Nitish Kumar fighting a lone battle?

The divorce between Narendra Modi’s Bharatiya Janata Party and Nitish Kumar’s Janata Dal(U) and a few days of change in residence for Rashtriya Janata Dal’s Lalu Prasad – from 10, Circular Road in Patna to the Ranchi jail in Jharkhand – have totally changed the game that is played in Bihar.

UP Muslims face a 'fundamental, political dilemma' ahead of LS polls

Angry with the SP, convinced that the Congress is a losing proposition, unsure of AAP’s ability to win, and fearful that Mayawati may ally with the BJP in the future, Muslims have a difficult choice.

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Should voting be made mandatory for all citizens?

In the coming days, when five states go to polls, how important do you think your vote will mean in bringing a change in the country.
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